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A Prosecutor's Duty: Defining Justice
A Prosecutor's Duty: Defining Justice

In my last blog, I began talking about the structural imbalances in the criminal justice system between the government and the accused and the ways the Constitution and courts have devised to attempt to ameliorate that imbalance to the extent possible. One way is by defining ...

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